Musician representatives, the Musicians Union and Featured Artists Coalition, along with the Tileyard-based manager’s body Music Managers Forum, have joined forces to create a sample, long form management agreement in response to the often unfair terms found in unchecked contracts brought forward by members of the three organisations. The agreement is intended as a guidance tool…Details
Tileyard Music curated a Sofar Sounds show for Youth Music’s Give A Gig Week. It was a fantastic night, with performances from JONES, Joe Cleere, SONDR and Native Kings. Check out some of the pictures below. Youth Music are a national charity who support over 350 music-making projects each year for young people facing tough…Details
Tileyard-based on-demand music tutorial business MusicGurus continues to expand its roster of gurus. Their latest course features Zach Brock of Grammy Award winning fusion outfit Snarky Puppy, who aims to get classical string players trying improvisation and groove. View all the MusicGurus courses here.
Sonny Alven, managed by Tileyard resident Escape Artists, has just released his debut 3-track project titled Girls EP via Universal Music. Showcasing vocal talent from rising female Scandinavian singers Olivera, Cal and Ylva, the project highlights Sonny’s distinctive style – a huge part of which focuses around his love for collaborating with women. Two of the tracks, Wasted…Details
Massive congratulations to Joe Rubel, who is currently occupying 9 of the UK Top 10 chart positions for his engineering work on Ed Sheeran’s smash album, Divide.
Le Third Floor, founded and owned by Nicolas Bulostin, has been appointed as Abbey Road’s mastering partner for France. The company, which is two years old and has already worked on records with combined sales of over seven million, is now looking to bring a huge variety of artists and projects to the globally famous…Details
Marshall reveals Dirty secret
The Dirty Youth are Marshall Records’ first signing. Read a fantastic article about why Marshall started a record label here (and look out for the mention of Tileyard!).